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having balconies or a balcony

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Her memoirs transported the reader back to a bygone age of gas lamps, balconied tenement dwellings known as the 'Landings,' the sound of marching clogs as men made their way to the mill and the village air vibrating to the hum of spinning frames.
Take the glass and chrome staircase leads to the upper level, where a balconied walkway leads to a master bedroom with his and hers ensuite bathrooms, two additional bedrooms with private bathrooms, and storage crafted for linens and furs.
It resembled the balconied reading room of a university, museum or research institute library.
The property has 957 keys, including 381 balconied guestrooms on 10 floors and 562 luxury apartments.
That figure takes into account the hotel's location, its 460-m of beachfront, 381 balconied guestrooms, 2,200 sq m of meeting and conference facilities, 1,600 sq m spa, an array of amenities, seven food and beverage outlets and expected service levels.
That figure takes into account the hotel's location, its 460-metres of beachfront, 381 balconied guestrooms, 2,200 m' of meeting and conference facilities, 1,600m' spa, an array of amenities, seven food and beverage outlets and expected service levels.
She had worked out exactly what she would do when she arrived at Dr Herman Tarnower's lavish balconied house in Purchase, Westchester County.
The Great Lie He settled at last on a small balconied house in a tiny square courtyard, tucked away behind one of the main streets of the town.
of chase corridor will be created when installation of the front and rear balconied cell modules is complete.
For years, the balconied 23rd Street hotel has been a bastion of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, the stomping grounds of poet Dylan Thomas, legendary songstress Janis Joplin and Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious.
They approach one of the first of many balconied buildings along the street.
Designed before Dubai went into realtor meltdown, it is made up of 80 irregularly balconied floors that rotate at 6m an hour around a central core, powered by wind turbines.
Twin staircases lead to a formal, balconied entrance.
Passengers can harness themselves onto the "zip line" and soar across the ship above an open-air atrium nine decks high and lined with balconied cabins.